Definitions

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  • noun US A small bag, especially a small, clear, plastic bag.

Etymologies

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bag +‎ -ie (“(diminutive)”); additional -g- so pronunciation of ‘a’ does not change.

Examples

  • And there in the bottom of the sack was some change wrapped up in a small "baggie" - left over from last Christmas.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • And there in the bottom of the sack was some change wrapped up in a small "baggie" - left over from last Christmas.

    Crazy: He Cares About Our Smallest Needs **

  • Going through a range of emotions, from fear that someone had made her a drug or bomb mule, to shock when the security official said it was a joke and the baggie was his, Solomon called security and reported the incident.

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  • "He had us dancing for six innings," Rodriguez said of Pavano, who allowed two hits and had eight of his nine strikeouts before Rodriguez drove a full-count pitch over the right-field "baggie" wall in what turned out to be the Twins 'final game at the Metrodome.

    Suddenly, Yankees' A-Rod is a playoff hero

  • Plus fly balls lost in the those 10 acres of Teflon-coated fiberglass overhead and the strange bounces off the turf and speakers hanging overhead and the "baggie" in right field.

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  • Cut up fruit and veggies and store in the fridge to be ready to throw into a baggie or reusable container kids can always help with this and pre-pack the night before.

    Domenica Catelli: The Healthy Lunchbox

  • I suspect your meat was not dried thoroughly when you purchased it and the residual moisture was then trapped by the baggie.

    Oh, Cecina!

  • I once saw a very drunk guy eat a 12″ subway sandwich with the works, and then vomit the entire thing and more back up into the plastic baggie it came in.

    RIP Subway Location #88134A | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • He takes a small glass pipe and a lighter out of his pocket, fiddles with a baggie.

    Monkeytown excerpt 2

  • Stashed under the ring holder is a baggie full of pot — big, greenish-gray, lumpy buds that he says he thinks are from Hawaii or something.

    There Goes A Light

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